Telemedicine partnership helps treat residents in place, reduce staff burnout
Apr 06, 2022
A telemedicine partnership is helping one senior living provider treat residents in place and reduce staff member burnout.
AMA poll: Most physicians continuing to use telehealth
Mar 28, 2022
Most users (93%) are conducting live, interactive video visits with patients, whereas 69% are conducting audio-only visits.
Alexa will soon put users in touch with telehealth doctors
Mar 01, 2022
The cost will depend on the patient’s insurance.
ASA: BP telemonitoring aids stroke survivors in underserved areas
Feb 08, 2022
Adherence to follow-up and blood pressure control were better in those with remote BP monitoring, telehealth versus usual care.
ADA updates standards of medical care in diabetes for 2022
Jan 11, 2022
The updates include a recommendation to screen for prediabetes and diabetes in all people starting at age 35 years.
Majority of adults prefer in-person over telehealth visits
Dec 14, 2021
However, those who prefer video visits are more sensitive to out-of-pocket costs
Video telehealth visits work well for common conditions
Dec 13, 2021
Replacing or augmenting usual care with video visits results in similar outcomes.
Telemedicine visits do not lead to more follow-up care
Dec 03, 2021
However, telemedicine visits were associated with fewer medication prescriptions and orders for laboratory tests or imaging.
Telehealth programs benefit obese adults with knee OA
Nov 30, 2021
An education and exercise program, with and without dietary intervention, was better than education only for knee osteoarthritis.
McKnight’s Senior Living Market Leaders podcast with Christine Gallo of Gallo Medical Company
Nov 18, 2021
[Partner content] Christine Gallo, CEO of Gallo Medical Company, discusses the use of robotics in long-term care for UV light disinfection, telehealth and patient/resident transport with McKnight’s Senior...